Kyle Lewis Brannon, 18, turned himself in at the Sequoyah County Detention Center Wednesday on a misdemeanor warrant that accuses him of destroying evidence at the scene of an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) wreck and obstructing law enforcement. Brannon was accompanied by a bondsman, was booked and released immediately on a $2,000 bond. According to the warrant affidavit filed in Sequoyah County District Court in Sallisaw, Brannon and another teen were called to the ATV wreck scene by Angela Gray, 38, who told investigators she was a passenger on the ATV which was driven, she said, by Christian Mayberry, 16, of Muldrow. Brannon and the other teen, who has also been arrested, took a cooler and beer from the scene, and may have even moved Christian Mayberry, 16, of Muldrow who was seriously injured in the wreck. Mayberry was thrown about 12 feet from the ATV and lay unconscious for at least three hours before being found. He suffered a severe brain trauma in the wreck and has been in rehabilitation ever since trying to recover his former life. Stay tuned to KXMX for all the news, or visit www.kxmx.com.
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